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questioner tonight is jim lehrer. it's the 12th time he's served as moderator. >> lehrer: good evening. from the magnus arena at the university of denver in denver, colorado. i'm jim lehrer of the pbs newshour and i welcome you to the first of the 2012 presidential debates between president barack obama the democratic nominee and former massachusetts governor romney, the republican nominee. this debate and the next three-- two presidential, one vice presidential-- are sponsored by the commission on presidential debates. tonight's 90 minutes will be about domestic issues and will follow a format designed by the commission. there will be six roughly 15-minute segments with two-minute answers for the first question. then open discussion for the remainder of each segment. thousands of people offered suggestions on segment subjects or questions via the internet and other means but i made the final selections and, for the record, they were not submitted for approval to the commission or the candidates. the segments, as i announced in advance, will be three on the economy and one each on health car
the debate. but moderator and pbs anchor jim lehrer might not feel the same way. >> i'm sorry, jim, i'm going to stop this subsidy to pbs. i'm going to stop other things. i like pbs. i love big bird. i actually like you, too. but i'm not going to keep on spending money for things to borrow money from china to pay for it. >> reporter: they will square off again october 16. the vice-presidential candidates will soon get their chance. their first and only debate is set for next thursday. in denver, i'm bigad shaban. now back to you. >> bigad, were there any major missteps by either of the candidates? oh, okay. we'll get back to buy good a little later. >>> starting today, president obama and mitt romney weigh in on the issues in an exclusive presidential forum on our website, cbssf.com. you can check that out. today's issue, of course, the economy. and we want to get a discussion going. who do you think won round one of the presidential debate? and why? comment on facebook or twitter or email us at mornings@cbs5.com. >>> developing news in san jose where investigators are still on the scene of a
of these and it showed tonight. he was much more practiced and polished. >> we want to talk about the format as well. jim lehrer is being criticized for not really controlling the candidates. >> the president began this segment, so i think i get the last word. >> no. you're going to get the first word in the next segment. your minute is up -- >> no. i had five seconds before he interrupted me. >> do you think he was being lax with the candidates? why did he let them kind of run the whole debate? >> first, as a former candidate myself, you will get away with whatever you can get away with in these debates, and if that means taking a little extra time, that's what you'll do, push the envelope to get the words out. from jim lehrer's perspective, he's actually a very good debate monitor, but tonight he followed his instincts of someone who interviews people on television. the two of them were actually talking to each other, so he just let them go, and there were some good exchanges, in his defense. >> we talk about that on live tv, you gotta play to your instincts. we want to show you one more sound bite. t
this out. he has only one leg. this youtube video has already gotten more than one million hits. jim axelrod has more on this athlete's amazing story. >> reporter: it's not hard to pick out niko jogging with his varsity soccer teammates at concord carlisle high school outside boston. he is and always has been the kid with one leg. what is hard to do when watching niko is to believe what you're seeing. >> my disability doesn't define who i am. my disability gives me a challenge every day. >> reporter: born without a right leg and right hip, niko was raised by parents whose only expectation for their son was that he not expect any special treatment. >> there's no you're not taking out the garbage, you're doing everything that every other kid in the family is doing. >> do you take out the garbage? >> oh yeah. i hate it, though. >> reporter: he was just 5 years old when he decided a traditional prosthetic leg was holding him back. >> you can go with the option of forearm crutches. they make you stick out heinously, but they also give you this opportunity to be as mobile and as free as i
say infamy is a better word. >> most officials in any sport trying to be anonymous. this morning, jim axelrod is about to change all that. good morning. >> good morning. in all, there were 135 replacement officials hired by the nfl, all with years of experience at the college and high school level. now, we sat down with jerry hughes, who like all the others, had jumped at the chance to live his referee's dream. finally, everything's back to normal. the regular referees are on the field. the distractions of replacement refs are gone. and everyone seems happy. well, almost everyone. >> a little sad right now. >> reporter: not jerry hughes. one of those replacement refs who have now themselves been replaced. >> one more week, if for no other reason, to say goodbye to the crew. >> you got close with these guys? >> we were close. >> close, perhaps, in the way that soldiers share a fox hole are close. because for these replacement refs, it seems like everyone was against them. >> the one day you're working at the foot locker, the next day you're in the n.l. >> reporter: you all became sort
in home runs, batting average and runs batted in. jim axelrod has been following this once-in-a-generation event. >> good morning, norah. that may be underselling it. this hasn't been done in 45 years. miguel cabrera is now taking his place alongside some of the greatest names in baseball history. >> getting ready to hit third in this inning. >> he could have sat out the last game since he already had the triple crown. but 29-year-old miguel cabrera chose to play anyway last night. >> and a standing ovation. >> and soaked in the fans' appreciation for his rare achievement. even in kansas city, they were cheering. just 16 years old when the venezuelan was signed by a major league franchise, cabrera earned his place in the history books with 44 home runs, 139 rbis and a batting average of .330. all tops in the american league. >> feels good. it's an unbelievable feeling right now. >> he joins a who's who of baseball greats including triple crown winners ted williams, lou gehrig and mickey mantle. maybe more impressive is the list of those who didn't do it. >> not just that mi
now on this monday. san mateo assemblyman jerry hill and san bruno mayor jim ruane plan to speak out against a move that the state public utilities commission made friday afternoon. the puc is asking to suspend hearings for a month over pg&e's penalties and pipeline upgrade costs from the san bruno pipeline explosion two years ago. >>> this morning a coalition of community groups in san jose plans to announce a boycott of the mi pueblo grocery chain linked to the company's participation in the federal everify program the department of homeland security system to determine people's immigration status. >>> a big weekend for bay area baseball. the giants and as fight to stay in the play-offs. they may need help. >> another big step for private space travel. the special treat headed toward the international space station right now. >> and oversized and orange. giant pumpkins battle it out for the top prize. we are going live to half moon bay for the big weigh-off for the giant gourd right there. it's all coming your way. ,, ,,,,,,,, ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beg
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